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This year’s International Masterclass on Dementia Care, Design and Ageing (IMDDA) was an outstanding success, bringing together guests and speakers from around the world to discuss ideas from personal experience, design innovation, practice, policy and research.  Each gave us a glimpse of where we are and how the future of living with dementia is changing.

Both days hosted keynote speakers who are living with a diagnosis of dementia. On day one, the inspirational Wendy Mitchell reminded everyone that ‘dementia may be terminal, but so is life! So let’s love each day’. Wendy has taken her diagnosis as an opportunity; living life each day as it comes with the most optimistic of outlooks. She likened her experience of living with dementia to learning to drive: when you pass your driving test you do everything automatically; as a learner you need to think about each action and step in the process. Day two started with the wonderful Ian Sloan, whose...

Dementia Centred
16th May 2019

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